Installing our work at Sand Point Gallery was a feat and a half. Of course the circumstances were different for everyone considering the range of work presented. My paintings were up in minutes with nails and sticky tack while others had multidimensional pieces that required strategic layering.
There were smiling faces around every corner and we never ran out of wine. A success! And these are just a small sampling of the pieces on display.
Thanks for visiting our gallery debut. Interdisciplinary visual artists
work play hard.
Photo Credit: Some photos by Sabrina Hanson as part of the shared files with all our classmates. They are titled with her name followed by an underscore and the name of the artist who created the work photographed.
Well folks, last night was the big night. Our opening was a huge, fantastic success! Thank you to everyone who made it out to Sand Point Gallery. Our food committee kept the yummy snacks coming while patrons wandered through each exhibit.
I overheard some great conversation. There was truly something for everyone.
The lesson learned? The big takeaway: there is an insane amount of work that goes into something like this. We’re given a truly unique experience in the IVA Senior Studio class as we struggle through our own process while also seeing our classmates through it as well. There are some truly talented, hard-working individuals in my class. I’ve learned so much just watching them be awesome.
Thanks again for coming out. It was truly a pleasure to see all your beautiful faces.
Credits: All text and most images by Sunshine. Image of Sunshine in front of quilt by the amazing Jared Wade.